Given Mark Cuban's remarks regarding the NFL, does he have a point? As a family of four, there's no way I can afford to bring my family to Patriot's games. The cost increases over the past decade have largely priced me out of the market. (by the way this is not limited to the NFL, the red sox tickets are one of the most expensive tickets in MLB). This not only includes the tickets, but the food, drinks, parking and stuff you are on the hook to buy when you're a parent. Cheapest tickets in the nose bleed section, 75 dollars - so 4 tickets are 300. Parking - about 50 bucks Food expenses, estimate about 100 bucks Souvenirs - I'll say about 80 bucks (40 dollars per kid). That's over 500 dollars for a 3 hour game. Look at the struggle the NFL had last season in trying to avoid blackouts for their playoff games. People were not snapping up the tickets like they used too. Now the NFL is proposing rule changes to make it even harder. They're mandating (or recommending) that teams can only sell playoff tickets once they secured a playoff berth. While the NFL is enjoying huge financial successes, are they setting themselves up for in the future. Going to London is a huge expense yet does this really grow the sport? Playing more games during the week, waters down the experience. Expanding to 18 games (something the union is against) makes the season longer, and allowing more teams into the playoffs will reduce the quality of the game. Thoughts, opinions?